Trauma and grief component therapy for adolescents : a modular approach to treating traumatized and bereaved youth / William Saltzman... [et al].

By: Saltzman, William, (Clinical psychologist) [author.]
Contributor(s): Layne, Christopher M | Pynoos, Robert
Series: Cambridge medicine (Series): Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017Description: vi, 327 pages : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781107579040; 110757904XSubject(s): Adolescent psychotherapy | Grief therapy | Psychic trauma in adolescence -- Treatment | Psychic trauma in children -- Treatment | Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment | Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment | Psychic trauma in children -- Treatment | Psychological Trauma -- therapy | Psychotherapy -- methods | Counseling -- methods | Bereavement | Adolescent | CounselorsDDC classification: 616.89/14 LOC classification: RC480.5
Contents:
Foundational knowledge and skills -- Working through traumatic or loss experiences -- Working through grief experiences -- Preparing for the future.
Summary: "A Modular Approach to Treating Traumatized and Bereaved Youth Why Does TGCTA Focus on Adolescents and Adolescence? Adolescence is, in many ways, the best of times and the worst of times. It is a developmental period of maximum risk--with the highest rates of exposure of any age group to many types of violent crime, traumatic injury, and traumatic death. Adolescence is also a highly favorable time in which to intervene, presenting a window of opportunity to reduce severe distress, risky behavior, functional impairment, and the risk for developmental derailment prior to early adulthood. Adolescence is a time of growth, promise, hope, and opportunity--a period in which many quasi-adult capacities emerge and quasi-adult privileges are bestowed. These include physical growth and maturation; enhanced physical and cognitive abilities; increased self-control, self-direction, and self-protection; increased autonomy; and increased participation in society. These emerging strengths and privileges both set the stage for healthy developmental progression into adulthood, yet also create new risks for developmental disruption. We (the authors) find our work with adolescents--especially youth contending with trauma and bereavement--to be an endlessly challenging, stimulating, and rewarding experience. This manual represents both a distillation of our clinical insights and research efforts and a personal invitation to join us in this deeply fulfilling and much-needed work"--Provided by publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: Trauma (psychiatry, psychology) | Grief and bereavement | Child & youth mental health
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foundational knowledge and skills -- Working through traumatic or loss experiences -- Working through grief experiences -- Preparing for the future.

"A Modular Approach to Treating Traumatized and Bereaved Youth Why Does TGCTA Focus on Adolescents and Adolescence? Adolescence is, in many ways, the best of times and the worst of times. It is a developmental period of maximum risk--with the highest rates of exposure of any age group to many types of violent crime, traumatic injury, and traumatic death. Adolescence is also a highly favorable time in which to intervene, presenting a window of opportunity to reduce severe distress, risky behavior, functional impairment, and the risk for developmental derailment prior to early adulthood. Adolescence is a time of growth, promise, hope, and opportunity--a period in which many quasi-adult capacities emerge and quasi-adult privileges are bestowed. These include physical growth and maturation; enhanced physical and cognitive abilities; increased self-control, self-direction, and self-protection; increased autonomy; and increased participation in society. These emerging strengths and privileges both set the stage for healthy developmental progression into adulthood, yet also create new risks for developmental disruption. We (the authors) find our work with adolescents--especially youth contending with trauma and bereavement--to be an endlessly challenging, stimulating, and rewarding experience. This manual represents both a distillation of our clinical insights and research efforts and a personal invitation to join us in this deeply fulfilling and much-needed work"--Provided by publisher.

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